Pai Rejects Calls To Skip Planned Votes On Media Rules
November 16, 2017
Thursday promises to be one of the more heated of monthly meetings at the Federal Communications Commission since Ajit Pai was named chairman. The Commission appears poised to roll back the much criticized newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule—an idea that’s had bipartisan support for years.
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